Our favorite in CO hands down. CB is perfectly situated so you have no hwy's with the noise and crowds. The mountain is laid out great especially for boarders, no flat spots. Only place that compares to Taos for consistent pitch all over. Plenty of challenging blue, black and double black terrain. The village on the mountain is really cool. The town looks like it is right out of the Old West. The food is great and the few bars we ventured into left us with a desire to go back and hang out again for sure. The people were very friendly and you got the impression that they were very happy with where they were and that they would be there for awhile. We've been there twice and have decided if we can ever afford a place in the mountains it will definitely be CB. The only downside, which is also its upside, is it's a long way to another resort if you want a change of pace from your "home" mountain. But we figure it would be a lot better to live in CB and drive to Summit County once in a while than the other way around.